Rethinking virtue, reforming society : new directions in Renaissance ethics, c.1350 – c.1650
Lines, David A. and Ebbersmeyer, Sabrina, eds. (2013) Rethinking virtue, reforming society : new directions in Renaissance ethics, c.1350 – c.1650. Cursor Mundi, Volume 3 . Turnhout: Brepols. ISBN 978-2-503-52524-2Full text not available from this repository.
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Moral philosophy, and particularly ethics, was among the most contested disciplines in the Renaissance, as philosophers, theologians, and literary scholars all laid claim to it, while an expanding canon of sources made the ground shift under their feet. In this volume, eleven specialists drawn from literature, intellectual history, philosophy, and religious studies examine the configuration of ethics and how it changed in the period from Petrarch to Descartes.
|Subjects:||D History General and Old World > DG Italy|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Arts > School of Modern Languages and Cultures > Italian|
|Series Name:||Cursor Mundi|
|Place of Publication:||Turnhout|
|Book Title:||Rethinking virtue, reforming society : new directions in Renaissance ethics, c. 1350–1650|
|Editor:||Lines, David A. and Ebbersmeyer, Sabrina|
|Number of Pages:||354|
Edited volume on Renaissace ethics
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